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Volume 42 Number 2
  • ISSN: 1567-7109
  • E-ISSN: 2468-1652

Abstract

Samenvatting

In de afgelopen 15 jaar is het thema risicovol spelen opgekomen als tegenhanger van de toenemende beschermende houding van de Westerse maatschappij ten opzichte van kinderen. Onder risicovol spelen wordt verstaan: een spannende, uitdagende en avontuurlijke vorm van spelen waarbij er een kans bestaat op fysiek letsel. Risicovol spelen heeft veel voordelen voor de ontwikkeling van kinderen en helpt kinderen in de toekomst weerbare en veerkrachtige burgers te zijn. Het risicovol laten spelen van kinderen is een grote verantwoordelijkheid voor ouders en professionals. Het is belangrijk om onderscheid te maken tussen risico en gevaar, en vervolgens tussen aanvaardbaar risico en onaanvaardbaar risico. Daarnaast is goede begeleiding van risicovol spel essentieel.

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